Latin American Consumer Foodservice Sector Prospects Reviewed in New In-Demand Study Published at

06 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Latin America has emerged as the most rapidly growing foodservice region, offering an enormous number of opportunities in the long run. Fast food restaurants, various cafes and bars are growing in popularity in Brazil, driven by an upsurge in demand for convenience and on-the-go consumption as well as by consumers’ adaptation to an ever-evolving coffeehouse culture. Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Venezuela also present plenty of opportunities, with a rise in chained full-service restaurants, expansion into retailing units as well as a run for takeaway food delivery services.

New market research study “Latin America Foodservice: Evolving Opportunities in a Major Growth Market” drawn up by Euromonitor International provides true and unprejudiced insights into the size and shape of the Latin American consumer foodservice market. It brings to the front growth sectors and factors impacting the operating environment. The study examines the competitive landscape, profiles the top operators, both chained and independent, and reviews the leading brands. Furthermore, elaborate forecasts limelighting the future trajectory of Latin America’s consumer foodservice market are also included.

Report Details:

Latin America Foodservice: Evolving Opportunities in a Major Growth Market
Published: October, 2012
Pages: 53
Price: US$ 2.000,00

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Euromonitor International page.


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